> them. (eunet defaulting into uunet is OK
My most sincere apologies. I meant to say *pipex* but I had a brain-o
(not a typo, where your fingers type the wrong thing but you should
know better; a brain-o is when your brain knows the right party but
says the wrong thing).
Randy has suggested that I put the whole mess online, for MAE-East
at least - but it amounts to a peering matrix as well as a funniness
detector, and some have invoked "what if the marketing people use
it to say so-and-so-sucks-because-they-don't-peer-with-so-and-so-else".
I'll take an opinion count @ NANOG next month...
------ ___ --- Per G. Bilse, Director Network Eng & Ops
----- / / / __ ___ _/_ ---- EUnet Communications Services B.V.
Anyway, very sorry...
Here is a partial list of the default violations of April 22, 1996's run:
At the time UUNET said that pipex had permission...
As I look at it, 188.8.131.52 might be someone else now.
Pipex's mae routers might not be online any more.
ins.net is still defaulting into uunet now, and as I recall they
had permission as well: